As part of its effort to assist its graduates to become
well- educated and enlightened citizens, to be sensitive and
tolerant of diverse beliefs and practices in our
contemporary society, and to engage effectively with diverse
peoples and cultures, the University requires all students
to complete a course focusing on gender, race, and ethnicity
prior to graduation.
approved for this equity requirement (Gender, Race, and
Ethnicity) can not satisfy either Area or Theme requirements
for General Education.
of approved courses is published in the quarterly Schedule
of Classes. It is also available in the Academic Advising &
Information Center (AAIC), the Undergraduate Studies Office,
and relevant school dean and department offices. CSUB
accepts equivalent and similar courses offered at other
institutions of higher education.
with questions about this requirement should discuss them
with their advisor or the Dean of Undergraduate Studies
(EDUC 242, 654-3420).